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Build Your Swing - Position Teaching in the Modern Age

Jim McLean

Publisher: Radius Book Group

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Jim McLean distills the essence of his fabulously successful method of golf instruction by breaking down the various parts of the golf swing. He draws on an unparalleled wealth of golfing knowledge and experience, grown out of decades of teaching all levels of players—pros and beginners alike—as a PGA Master Instructor. Golf students and instructors serious about improving their game and those who take courses through the #1-ranked Jim McLean Golf Schools will learn how to achieve the best results on the golf course.

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